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The Politics of Protest [week 1]. The Relevance of Social Movements in the Post-War World. What is meant by ‘social movements’?. New Social Movements (NSMs) Social movements as progressive? Social movements in research. Reasons for protest. Backlash against political repression

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The politics of protest week 1

The Politics of Protest [week 1]

The Relevance of Social Movements in the Post-War World


What is meant by social movements

What is meant by ‘social movements’?

New Social Movements (NSMs)

Social movements as progressive?

Social movements in research


Reasons for protest

Reasons for protest

  • Backlash against political repression

  • Neglected issues

  • Need for recognition

  • Dissatisfaction with government policy

  • Need for representation


The 1960s

The 1960s


Social movements pre 1960s

Social movements pre-1960s

Anti-fascist resistance

Ban the Bomb

The Algerian Revolution

Civil Rights in the USA


The politics of protest week 1

1968


New social movements

New Social Movements

Sexual politics

Anti-Nuclear Power

Green protests

Contemporary Social Movements


Methods of protest

Methods of protest


Opposition to social movements

Opposition to social movements


Things to think about

Things to think about

Social movement as ideology

Response of the state

Crossing national boundaries

Consensus and solidarity

Political participation


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